a river in central Europe, flowing from the Carpathian Mountains in W Ukraine through SE Poland into the Vistula: battles 1914–15. About 280 miles (450 km) long.
noun, plural Sans (especially collectively) San for 1.
a member of a nomadic aboriginal people of southern Africa.
any of more than a dozen related Khoisan languages spoken by the San.
an archaic word for without
(old-fashioned, informal) short for sanatorium
an aboriginal people of southern Africa
a group of the Khoisan languages, spoken mostly by Bushmen
a river in E central Europe, rising in W Ukraine and flowing northwest across SE Poland to the Vistula River. Length: about 450 km (280 miles)
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San Diego International Airport/Lindbergh Field
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[san sal-vuh-dawr; Spanish sahn sahl-vah-th awr] /sæn ˈsæl vəˌdɔr; Spanish sɑn ˌsɑl vɑˈðɔr/ noun 1. Also called Watling Island. an island in the E central Bahamas: long held to be the first land in the New World sighted by Christopher Columbus 1492. 60 sq. mi. (155 sq. km). Compare Samana Cay. 2. a city in […]
- San salvador island
noun 1. an island in the central Bahamas: the first land in the New World seen by Christopher Columbus (1492). Area: 156 sq km (60 sq miles) Also called Watling Island
a palm branch, or a thorn bush, a town in the south (the negeb) of Judah (Josh. 15:31); called also Hazarsusah (19:5), or Hazar-susim (1 Chr. 4:31).
[sanz-kyoo-lot, -koo-; French sahn-ky-lawt] /ˌsænz kyʊˈlɒt, -kʊ-; French sɑ̃ küˈlɔt/ noun, plural sans-culottes [sanz-kyoo-lots, -koo-; French sahn-ky-lawt] /ˌsænz kyʊˈlɒts, -kʊ-; French sɑ̃ küˈlɔt/ (Show IPA) 1. (in the French Revolution) a revolutionary of the poorer class: originally a term of contempt applied by the aristocrats but later adopted as a popular name by the revolutionaries. […]